DIY Mother's Day Gifts

We all want our mothers to feel loved and appreciated on Mother’s Day, buuuut let’s be honest – unless you find a creative alternative, this may be the third year in the row you give your mom perfume. Thankfully, there are a few unique, practical and meaningful gifts you can create yourself – and, they won’t break the piggy bank!

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Create Your Own Backyard Retreat

After a long day working or wrangling the kiddos, you probably want to kick your shoes off, have a cold drink, and relax. But unless you’ve mastered the art of teleportation, you probablyyyy don’t have time to make it to the beach. But good news: it’s actually super easy to turn your backyard or porch into a personal retreat! Whether you want an outdoor movie night, an evening by the fire or a wine night with the girls, we’ve discovered four ways you can transform your backyard. 

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How To Make Your Own Marbled Easter Eggs

If you’re looking for a different way to decorate your Easter eggs this year, try creating a marbled look with nail polish or other convenient household items. It’s the perfect way to get rid of the old nail polish you don’t use anymore and have a great time with the kids! To start off, you’ll just need to hard boil some eggs. Not sure how to boil the perfect egg? You’re not alone. We used this easy recipe to get started!

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Adriana Bookerhow-to, food
The Right Way To Wash Your Comforter

When was the last time your comforter went through a spin cycle? We get it – you avoid cleaning it at all costs since it’s bulky and takes foreverrrrr to dry. But, did you know that not washing your comforter could also impact your health? Yikes! If your comforter has seen better days, keep reading to figure out the best way to wash it (hint: aim for at least once a season).

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Organize Your Closet Like A Pro

Do you ever find yourself staring at your closet, without a clue what to wear? Us too! The struggle is so real when trying to pick the right outfit, especially when you have a messy closet. Rather than buying new clothes, sometimes just re-organizing your wardrobe will open your eyes to what you already have. Start your spring cleaning by tackling your closet first! Maybe you’ll finally find your favorite shirt or a pair of pants you used to love. Here are five simple ways to take your closet from chaos to clean:

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DIY Popsicle Flavors for Your Kids

Let’s be real: very little beats a sweet popsicle on a warm spring day. Want to know what’s even sweeter? Making your own popsicles any flavor of your choosing at home! Rather than your children running towards the ice cream truck and following its jingle (those still exist, right?), they will be headed full speed into your freezer. There are countless combinations you can create to make this wonderful spring snack (we suggest using a popsicle mold). Here are a few of our favorite recipes:

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5 Spring Cleaning Hacks

Well, it’s finally time to crawl out from under your fuzzy no-sew blanket, kiss hibernation goodbye, and welcome all things spring. Spring cleaning is part organization, part deep cleaning and 100% boring, but we have a few tips to make it a little less painful.

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Aaron'sseasonal, lists, life hacks
How to Create a No-Sew Blanket

A good blanket helps you beat the cold, but some of those fancy throws can break the bank, and hand-me-downs come with memories AND a slightly musty smell. We recommend making your own blanket this winter with affordable supplies and minimum effort.

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Aaron'show-to, bedroom
How to Wrap Any Gift

With the holidays approaching, you'll probably be buying some gifts that you'll need to wrap. No matter what the shape or size, there’s always a creative solution to getting those odd-shaped presents ready to go under the tree.

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Aaron'show-to, holidays
How to Make Kid-Friendly Pinecone Ornaments

One of the best ways to have together-time with the family around the holidays is making ornaments with your kids. It can get a little messy if you have little ones, but the memories will last a lifetime. It’s also muchhhh cheaper to decorate your tree with homemade ornaments than with store-bought ones.

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Aaron'show-to, family
How to Make a Pumpkin Pie

Pumpkin pie is one of our favorites, and this is the easiest, most delicious recipe we've found so far! All you need is one pie crust, 16 oz pumpkin puree, 1 tsp pumpkin spice, 14 oz sweetened condensed milk and two eggs. Instructions inside!

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Aaron'show-to, food